The Power of Reflection

Let me ask you something: 1.  What will it take to make you truly happy? How do you know? 2.  What words (mantras and mottos) frame the way you strive to live your life (I pray it isn’t YOLO)? 3.  What questions would you like to have answered so that you could make the most of your life? 4.  What choices would you make if there were no consequences or if nobody was watching? Could you answer these questions immediately without wanting to change your answer as soon as soon…

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7 Tips to Getting Off on the Money Good Foot!

There are countless numbers of people who are in their 30s and 40s paying for financial choices (aka mistakes) that they made in their 20s.   Unfortunately, life isn’t the most forgiving of your ignorance; thus, it is a hard pull to fix credit and build savings.  So, avoid it if you can.  As you sacrifice today, you’ll be happier tomorrow, and you’ll laugh about the things that you thought were so necessary.  I mean, do you really need your closet and makeup bag to represent all that you own in…

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“Teach Her To Be A Woman, Not A Wife”

A friend of mine wrote an article the other day that stuck with me. The article (http://febepoet.wordpress.com/2014/06/28/teach-her-to-be-a-woman-not-a-wife/) was called “Teach Her To A Woman, Not A Wife”. It talked about how we raise girls to aspire to be wives as oppose to being woman first then a wife. The article was very insightful to me. One of my co workers, who is older, says a lot that she thinks that a lot of girls desire to be in a committed relationship very early in life. Think about it, girls are thinking…

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